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 June 1, 2010  Laws

The Associated Press reports:

State senators are moving to bar California transportation agencies from selling details about travelers’ commuting habits and other personal information.

Sen. Joe Simitian says under current law, the state transportation department, Bay Area Toll Authority and others can keep and sell information they collect through automatic vehicle identification systems such as FasTrack.

Read more on CBS.

I think we need to clone Joe Simitian. He really has introduced a number of privacy-protective bills in California.

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